Twizzlers Bites Cherry Licorice Candy Theater Box

Hershey's

$3.50 

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Best Selling Licorice Candy

The ultimate movie time candy! The Twizzler Bites Cherry Licorice Candy Theater Box is a classic candy choice! Filled with the juicy taste of fresh cherries! Every bite is bursting with intense and delicious flavour! This old fashioned candy has been loved since 1845, and remains a number one licorice candy for candy lovers everywhere! Chewy, fragrant and memorable, Twizzler Bites Cherry Candy will make any movie a hit! 
  • Kosher Certified Parve

5 oz.

Ingredients:

Corn syrup, enriched wheat flour (flour, niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), sugar, corn starch, palm oil, contains less than 2% of: salt, natural and artificial flavor, citric acid, potassium sorbate (preservative), artificial color (red 40), sulfur dioxide, to maintain freshness, mineral oil, soy lecithin.

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